7 edition of Order and disorder in early modern England found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Anthony Fletcher and John Stevenson.|
|Contributions||Fletcher, Anthony., Stevenson, John, 1946-|
|LC Classifications||DA300 .O73 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 248 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||248|
|LC Control Number||84029379|
Cucking stools or ducking stools were chairs formerly used for punishment of disorderly women, scolds (people accused of being troublesome and angry and who habitually chastised, argued and quarrelled with their neighbours) and dishonest tradesmen in England, Scotland, and elsewhere. The cucking-stool was a form of wymen pine, or "women's punishment," as referred to in Langland's Piers Plowman. This volume discusses the fundamental and fascinating paradox of the criminal records of the Denbeighshire courts of the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, demonstrating their potential to illuminate both order and disorder, law-keepers and law-breakers, and the respectable and the unruly—showcasing early modern authority as both.
2 Malcolm Gaskill, Crime and Mentalities in Early Modern England (Cambridge, ); GwendaMorganandPeterRushton, Rogues,ThievesandtheRuleofLaw:TheProblemof LawEnforcementinNorth-EastEngland,– (London,). Early Modern England is the first new survey of the Tudor-Stuart period in a quarter century. Written by two leading scholars. Assumes no prior knowledge of British history. Text is broken up with maps, illustrations, and genealogies; includes glossary/5.
The essays in this volume, (first published between and ), are coherent expressions, if not of a single philosophy, at least of a recurrent theme. That theme is the relationship between order and disorder in England over the century from Is part of Book Title Order and disorder in early modern England Author(s) Anthony Fletcher, Cambridge Books Online Date Publisher Cambridge University Press Pub place Cambridge ISBN , eBook. Access the eBook. Open eBook in new window. Format electronic resource.
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Cambridge Core - British History after - Order and Disorder in Early Modern England - by Anthony Fletcher Please note, due to essential maintenance online transactions will not be possible between and BST, on Tuesday 28th January ( EDT).Cited by: Fears of an impending breakdown of the social order have been common in many periods of history.
At no time were they more widespread, or more intense, than in early modern England: the ‘crisis of order’ detected by modern historians in the sixty years before the civil war accords with the perceptions of many people in that by: Just read C. Holmes, Drainers and Fenmen: the Problem of Popular Political Consciousness in the Seventeenth Century, Order & Disorder in Early Modern England, ed.
Anthony Fletcher & John Stevenson (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), /5(2). Spufford --Popular religion and the pilgrimage of grace / C.S.L. Davies --Honour, reputation and local officeholding in Elizabethan and Stuart England / A.J. Fletcher --The taming of the scold: the enforcement of patriarchal authority in early modern England / D.E.
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This volume attempts both to take stock of distinct directions in the field and to suggest fresh perspectives on some central aspects of the period.
The distinguished contributors bring to bear upon the theme of order and disorder their diversity of experience in the writing of political, religious. the contributors to Order and Disorder in Early Modern England have added greatly to our appreciation of the issues involved.
while the introduction is a strong one, providing an overview which will be of great use to those coming fresh to the subject.' J. Sharpe, The Times Literary Supplement 'This is an extremely valuable by: Order and Disorder in Early Modern England Anthony Fletcher.
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Hillman, R. & Ruberry-Blanc, P. (eds.). Farnham: Ashgate, p. 14 p. Early modern England was a society obsessed with order, and it was often through death and disorder that order was restored and change occurred. In three distinct sections of the book – "The Tudors," "The Stuarts," and "Empire and Society" – MacMillan argues that both despite and because of the prevalence of death and disorder in early.
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A sensible re-examination of the role of religion in popular involvement in this uprising.David Edward Underdown (19 August – 26 September ) was a historian of 17th-century English politics and culture and Professor Emeritus at Yale at Wells, Somerset, Underdown was educated at the Blue School and Exeter College, books Revel, Riot, and Rebellion and Fire from Heaven won prizes from the North American Conference on British Studies .